In this episode, I chat with Marc Randolph, the co-founder and founding CEO of Netflix, author of the international best seller “That Will Never Work,” and veteran Silicon Valley entrepreneur.
This episode is about how Marc turned an idea into a billion-dollar company. From humble beginnings to co-founding Netflix, Marc tells us that entrepreneurship is for everyone.
Throughout the episode, Marc reminds us that everyone has what it takes to become an entrepreneur, no matter their background.
You don’t need special skills, wealthy parents, or to be born in a specific location. You just need an idea, no matter how small.
Entrepreneurship is about building confidence in the small things to prepare yourself for the big stuff.
Don’t underestimate the power of starting small and working your way up.
Thank you, Marc, for sharing your story and showing us that everyone can become an entrepreneur.
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